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Jan 10, 2013 6:00pm EST
to the late education thinking. >> guest: okay. c-span: television in the court. c-span: television in the court. c-span: i bring it up because congress has resolutions ordering the court to go on television. why are you against it? >> guest: i was for it when i first joined the court, and switched and remained on that side of it. i'm against it because i do not believe as the proponents of television in the courts assert that the purr of televising our hearings would be to educate the american people. that's not what it would end up doing. if i thought it would educate the american people, i would be all for it. if the american people sat down and watched our proceedings, gavel to gavel, they would never ask, judge, why do you have to be a lawyer to be on the supreme court? the constitution doesn't -- no, the constitution doesn't say so, but if you know what the real business is, if you know that we're not usually contemplating our naval, should there be a right to this or that or a right to abortion, should there be a right to -- that's not usually what we are doing. we deal with
Jan 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
education that most medical schools only spent four hours on micturition. if you look at her disease, i don't know the exact number, but there's a huge percentage of heart disease based on nutrition and lifestyle choices. heart disease is the number one in america. i think what he's trying to do is basically bring some doctors out of the country of reteach agree teaches them anyway, a much more holistic look at the body, teaches them preventive medicine, nutrition and other things. these are not just primary care doctors. these are specialists as well. so she goes to the clinic. excuse me, goes to the fellowship program where she was reinvigorated by an end to find another clinic to process data. c-span: so when they see the very well-known book writer, lecturer and d. and r. nash and nice, who was going to say i now know where they're coming from? >> guest: i think a lot of people view dr. lyle and dr. ornish is french.there is, who advocate for alternative medicine. i think that is an unfair viewpoint. first of all you think they're both incredibly smart and passionate about fixing our he
Jan 7, 2013 6:30am EST
an american citizen. >> i became a u.s. citizen in 2001. >> you were educated at harvard and yale and johns hopkins. >> i have a m.a. and ph.d from harvard in history. >> george shultz was secretary of treasury and secretary of state -- in the nixon administration he was secretary of treasury. here he is. >> he came to me and said, john dean has just brought me a list of 50 people and wants a full investigation of them. that is a very unpleasant thing to have happen to you. what should i do? i said, do not do it. he said, what shall i tell john dean if he asks me how it is going? tell him if he has a problem he has to go to me. in the tapes there is discussion between the president and john dean about who do i think i am. but it was an improper use of the irs, and i would not do it. >> did you speak to the president about this? >> he never brought it up. >> this is really important. the private library made the argument -- and this is an argument school kids absorb -- that all presidents break the law and the difference is that richard nixon got caught. i felt that this was a terrible lesso
Jan 6, 2013 8:00pm EST
an accidental erasure. there are too many starts and stops. it sounds to the educated year as if this has been the race eight times. -- erased eight times. someone in camp david or elsewhere erased it. i often wondered if it wasn't one person -- >> was? >> his dear friend and totally deniable. >> if the audience is frustrated by these little clips, the whole interviews are available on our website and the archive and the nixon library. >> you cann get them at >> the interview -- where did you do it? >> the library. one of the things, if you watch these, there is the story of the role woodward and bernstein played. the role the house played and the senate played. the prosecutors, his army of prosecutors. do not forget the role played by republicans in the nixon administration. he was one of them -- he was not alone. we would hear from a few more. >> here he is -- he was at the time? >> deputy attorney general of the united states. >> it was clear he was not going to carry out that order. he turned to me and said, what are you going to do? i told him -- i do not think it is clo
Jan 6, 2013 11:00pm EST
to the educated ear as if this had been erased eight times. so somebody, either in camp david or key biscayne erased it. i often wondered if it was beeby robozo. >> who was? >> richard nixon's dear friend and totally deniable. >> to our audience, if they're frustrated by just these little clips, the whole interviews are available on our website, our video library and a lot of them in the nixon library. >> you can get them at www.nixon-library dot goff. >> william luckles house, did you do that interview? >> sure. i remember it. it was at the library. one of the things -- if you watch these, there is a story of course in the role woodward and bernstein played, very important in baregate and the role the house played and senate played and the prosecutors and cox and his army of prosecutors. don't forget the role played by republicans within the nixon administration who said no. and luckleshouse is one of them. he's not alone and we'll hear from a few of them. >> here is william ruckleshouse. who is number two? >> the secretary-general of the united states. [video clip] >> it was clear he wasn't
Jan 11, 2013 6:00pm EST
, considering, you know, where she came from. in korea she had a sixth or seventh grade education. she could speak english. reading and writing was a big challenge for her. there was a point sh. reading and writing was a big challenge for her. there was a point when we were, you know, growing up where she started doing crafts at a local church. she could make anything from scratch and was very gifted. she spent most of her life working for the government and the civil service capacity. she did that in virginia on the various bases down there. she rose to role of a supervisor at the naval base. she had a dream to build her own home. we grew up in a mixed income housing unit. you know, i saw my mother by her first home when i was in high school. within 10 years, my mother bought a piece of property in virginia and had her house built on an acre and a half of land. she was quite successful. c-span: did you move from marijuana to cocaine? >> guest: well, not like that. c-span: but did one thing lead to another? >> guest: yes, it was speed and asset and marijuana and later in high school i became
Jan 10, 2013 7:00pm EST
educator authority? gusto from congress, the legislation. it provided all the authorities of any inspector general, which are similar oversight agencies attached to the departments and agencies of the federal government. c-span: you say you weren't terribly impressed by the inspector general in town. how many are there? >> guest: i think 6465. when i first came out to washington, i didn't know what in igd. my experience with this prosecutor we seldom would run into on force and arms that agents and for a while lives in mortgage mortgage fraud cases. i was dealing with the inspector general from hud, which were very good nonperson nations. i didn't have a picture of an eye she was doing and when i got the job, one of the first things they did was meet the different ig's. starting with meetings and over the next couple years, i found the inspector general's unfortunately, although they are supposed to be fierce watchdogs looking out for waste, fraud and abuse, the magic words written into their statute and what they're supposed to be doing a become like any other governmental agency. the num
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